The results of an experimental investigation of the effectiveness of various isolation and damping methods in reducing the dynamic response of simplified scaled models of the Nimbus spacecraft to vibratory inputs are presented. Experimental mode shapes and natural frequencies of the simulated solar panels were determined and found to compare well with calculated values. Appreciable reductions of structural responses to vibratory-input motions were measured for independent inputs along the roll, pitch, and yaw axes for the cases in which distributed damping and/or isolation was utilized. A comparison of the response of the model with the full-scale spacecraft for inputs along the pitch axis is presented. Also included are the effects of stiffness between the control and sensory sections on the response of the model to vibratory inputs.